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Arson Suspected in Hay, Tractor Fire, Reward Offered

The Daviess County Sheriff’s Office is asking for any information the public might have regarding a suspected arson fire that happened over Thursday night, Jan. 29. A tractor and eight round hay bales were set on fire sometime between 4 p.m. in the afternoon Thursday and 7 a.m. Friday morning.

The tractor and hay belong to Shay Esbeck and are located at 230th Street and Midway outside Gallatin.


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Runde-Henrichs Marriage Announced

The parents of John Runde and Lauren Henrichs are proud to announce the marriage of their children. Parents of the couple are Debbie and Dave Cross, Jameson, Patrick Runde, Fort Smith, Ariz., and Scott and Cheryl Henrichs, Kearney.

Family and friends celebrated the marriage of John and Lauren Runde on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, at Mellon’s Community Hall near Lawson, with Dr. Ken Parker officiating. The outdoor ceremony took place

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Remember When People Talked?

by Freida Marie Crump

Greetings from Poosey.

PooseyDigest_WPAll I wanted to do was visit. Two old classmates were back in town for a wedding and we’d not seen each other in years. Since I was the local gal they asked me to pick out a restaurant and a time, then we’d meet for a long-awaited catch-up session. Things like this are always a bit scary as you wonder which of

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Gallatin R-5 Lists Students on Honor Roll

Gallatin R-5 High School recently announced its second quarter honor roll.

Principal’s Honor Roll (4.00 and above) — Grade 12: Macon Allen, Kylie Collins, Gabrielle Gibson, Hannah Mullins, Rachel Rogers, Tannah Terry, Elisabeth Warner; Grade 11: Coby Brogan; Grade 9: Hayley Michael; Grade 8: Zoe Bradford.

A Honor Roll (3.99 – 3.66) — Grade 12: Maria Bickford, Kourtney Bird, Jacob Boyd, Brandon Bradley, Jesse Bundy, Maile Cook, Klark Critten, Brianna

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Bald Eagle Killed in Clinton County

A juvenile bald eagle that had been shot, according to the MDC, was found dead beneath a tree in Clinton County earlier this week. Because the American bald eagle is a federally protected species, the person responsible, if found, could face up to one year in prison and have up to a $5000 fine. If anyone has any information, contact the Missouri Department of Conservation.

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Ida Beth Nowland 1934-2015

Ida Beth Nowland, 80, Jamesport, passed away January 28, 2015, at her home.

She was born April 26, 1934, in Jamesport, the daughter of Harry E. and Jessie A. (Thompson) Noll.

Ida Beth grew up on a farm near Jamesport and attended all 12 years of school, graduating in 1952. She attended cosmetology school in St. Joseph.

On August 29, 1956, she married Frank D. Nowland. He passed away April

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New Fire Station Makes Progress

Construction of the Gallatin Fire Protection District’s new fire station on Market Street continues as overhead doors have been installed. The new 80 feet wide by 140 feet long building will house fire apparatus and allow the district’s 24 volunteer firefighters to train and prepare for responses. The building is planned as a metal seven-bay fire station with the estimated completion date in late spring 2015.

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Zac Johnson Resigns for Job at Cameron

After returning from a closed session of their meeting Jan. 26, the Gallatin Board of Aldermen accepted Zac Johnson’s resignation as city administrator with his last day being Feb. 20.

“I have accepted an offer to serve as the assistant city manager for the City of Cameron,” said Mr. Johnson. “After much debate and consideration, I realized this opportunity was too attractive for me and my family to decline. Gallatin

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